UPDATE: 6 buildings damaged in fire on Main Street in Graft; 3 deemed total loss

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UPDATE (6/19/2020 4:43 p.m.):

GRAFTON, W.Va. — Six buildings have been damaged as a result of the fire on Friday morning on Main Street in Grafton.

According to the Grafton Fire Department, four abandoned buildings which used to be apartments and a restaurant across the street were damaged. Three out of the four abandoned buildings were deemed a total loss, with two receiving moderate damage, according to fire department officials.

The restaurant across the street received minimal damage from the heat, which cracked the building’s window, fire department officials said.

Currently, the cause of the fire is unknown but the Grafton Police Department and the state Fire Marshal’s officer are performing an investigation into the incident.


ORIGINAL (6/19/2020 7:08 a.m.):

GRAFTON W.Va. – Emergency crews are currently on the scene of two working structure fires in Taylor County.

According to Harrison County 911 center, first responders were alerted to reports of the structure fires at 6:21 Friday Morning on West Main Street in Grafton.

The Grafton, Flemington, Fellowsville, Valley, and Boothsville Fire Departments all responded to the scene.

At this time no injuries are being reported.

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